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The Waves Calculator will calculate the:
Please note that for the purpose of calculations that waves are considered as standing and angles use the radian unit of measurement.
|The speed of a wave when wavelength and frequency are given is m/s|
|The total distance of a wave motion when the number of cycles is known is m|
|The total time of a wave motion when the number of cycles is known is s|
|Speed of wave calculation|
|v = λ × f|
v = ×
|Total distance of the wave calculation|
|s = N × λ|
s = ×
|Total moving time of the wave calculation|
|t = N/f|
t = /
|Waves Calculator Input Values|
|Wavelength (λ) m|
|Frequency of wave (f)|
|Number of cycles (N)|
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